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This dataset contains a series of MATLAB application for designing, solving and visualization of 2D tetra-anti-chiral structures.
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Antibiogram of Salmonella spp. of chicken meat
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广西医科大学/郭振亚博士论文/蛋白质谱分析结果
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Helping behaviour in some cooperative breeders is apparently maintained by a combination of coercion and reciprocity. In such pay-to-stay systems, alloparental brood care of subordinate group members functions as a service to dominants, which tolerate subordinates based on how much help they provide. Cooperative territory defence is a key task of cooperative breeders, but it is unknown how territory defence by subordinates is socially regulated. Diverse costs and benefits associated with defending the territory against different threats suggest that these defence behaviours may be maintained through divergent selection regimes, and they might be regulated through different social processes. In the cooperatively breeding cichlid fish Neolamprologus pulcher, unrelated subordinates help defending the territory against egg predators even if they do not participate in reproduction and therefore do not suffer direct or indirect fitness costs through predators of eggs. This behaviour has therefore been interpreted as altruistic. Subordinates also defend the group territory against predators of juveniles and adults, which might at least partly reflect their own direct fitness interests and could be maintained through mutualistic interactions among group members. Here, we directly compared the regulation of these two types of defence behaviours and tested whether they are enforced by breeders. We prevented subordinates from defending the territory against egg-predators or predators of adults and observed whether they received more aggression in response to this treatment. We found that subordinates received more aggression from breeders after withheld defence against egg-predators, but not after withheld defence against fish predators. This suggests that territory defence against egg-predators by helpers is enforced by breeders and hence subject to negotiations and trading, whereas defence against fish predators is likely based on mutualistic fitness benefits.
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Appendix C. The model considers the effects of band edge unpinning on the transient photocurrent response as the result of the build up of minority carriers at the semiconductor/electrolyte interface. The approach is explained in the paper and also in the notes uploaded here. Three Matlab programs are available here to calculate transient behaviour as a function of input variables. See notes from Alison Walker on how to run the Matlab code. The submitted manuscript is also available here with examples of calculated responses.
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This feed-forward neural network for discriminating PAH from PVOD is based on the R packages 'caret' and 'nnet'. It was trained on transcriptomics data acquired with the NanoString nSolver technology. Please see the referenced article for further information! The .rds file contains the serialized model. In order to read the model into an R environment the following steps have to be performed: - Start an R terminal - Execute the 'readRDS' function with the (relative) path to the RDS file as only option and store the returned object in a variable - The returned object is of the class caret::train and can directly be used for the classification of samples (given that the data has been identically prepared/normalized) Please see the manuals of the R packages 'caret' and 'nnet' for help on how to use the loaded objects. Examplary R commands: model.caret <- readRDS(file="model.rds") # object of class 'train' (R package 'caret') containing the final model and all training parameters model.final <- model.caret$finalModel # the final model as object of class 'nnet' (R package 'nnet') print(model.caret$trainingData)# display the data used for training the model
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Data were collected through an international education non-profit that focuses on classrooms in low socio-economic (typically urban) and/or remote rural areas. Survey data were composed of responses supplied by teachers and their students from classrooms in grades 3–10 across the USA, Canada, and Germany. Data for this study come from the 2017–2018 implementation of a social-emotional learning (SEL) intervention aimed at increasing students’ social-emotional skills by pairing classrooms with mentors who provide student mentoring and help teachers integrate a SEL curriculum. All data were collected in early fall (time 1; prior to implementation) and late spring (time 2; after implementation) of the academic year. List of Variables: Teacher ID Students' spring GM Students' fall GM Teachers' fall GM Student previously in program Teacher previously in program Teachers' years of experience Teacher female Student female USA Canada Germany Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10
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Raw data and analysis scripts
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This repository contains the full data for all tests, PCA results and SAS code for analysis.
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Background: Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is a first-line treatment for the prevention of suicide. Zhong-Yong thinking could be viewed as a Chinese way of dialectical thinking, has long been a culturally dictating thinking style in China. To enhance cultural adaptability, we integrated Zhong-Yong thinking into DBT group skills training, and examined its efficacy in suicidal prevention compared to a supportive group therapy and a wait-list group in high risk suicidal Chinese college students. Methods: 97 suicidal participants were randomized to either Zhong-Yong thinking based DBT group skills training (DBTZYT, n=33), or supportive group therapy (SGT; n=32), or wait-list group (WL; n=32). DBTZYT was a 12-week program based on Zhong-Yong thinking instead of dialectical thinking, coaching participants mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness. Supportive group therapy was a 12-week program aiming at improving interpersonal effectiveness and emotion regulation skills. Outcome measures were assessed at pre-and post-treatment and six-month follow-up. Results: At post-treatment measures, the levels of suicidal ideation, hopelessness, psych-ache symptoms and general psychopathology had significantly decreased in both intervention groups; at the six-month follow-up measures, the intervention effects were better maintained in the DBTZYT group rather than in the SGT group. Specifically, DBTZYT was more effective in relieving participants’ long-term obsessive-compulsive, anxiety, hostility, phobic, psychotic and additional symptoms. Conclusions: Zhong-Yong thinking not only could integrate with DBT skills training in Chinese young adult population, but also has special strength in enhancing DBT’s efficacy.
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